“In my opinion, clothes are what we wear and fashion is about ideas.” These are the words of Todd Lynn, acclaimed London fashion designer, dresser of rock legends and curator of next month’s Mass Exodus, Ryerson’s annual student-run fashion show. The hit, end-of-year event is no stranger to big name curators, from Liz Cabral to Jeanne Beker, but Lynn […]
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Over the past two decades, David Dixon has remained at the helm of the North American fashion scene. The Ryerson alum is known for his revolutionary “little black dress” in womenswear collections and his eponymous Town Shoes brand. This year, he celebrates the 20th anniversary of his label with the unveiling of his fall-winter collection at World Mastercard Fashion Week. […]
When Ryerson University alumna Virginia Ludy accepted an internship with the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) before her fourth year of studies, she did not expect that it would turn into a successful, three-decade long career. Ludy was named general manager of Canada’s largest fair on Wednesday and will assume leadership of the organization when current general manager David Bednar retires […]
Virginia Ludy, who graduated from Ryerson in 1984, is the first female general manager of the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE). Ludy attended Ryerson for Geography from 1980 to 1984. “I believe tremendous opportunities lie ahead for the CNE and I am very excited and honoured to have been appointed to lead the organization in fulfilling the vision established for the […]
Canada Post has chosen to feature the work of Ryerson alumnus Edward Burtynsky, an advisory board member of the Ryerson Image Centre, in a photography stamp series. The series is meant to capture 150 years of Canadian photography and explore what Eugene Knapik, a Canada Post media relations officer, describes as “the many facets of the Canadian experience.” It will […]